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, why france thinks that it >>> india's competition for 126 few fighter jets is the biggest such contest in the world. many expected new dehli to pick two. the two planes are among the most advanced fighters in the world. first we'll hear from eric trapie the president of the air force unit. desoe twin engine the successor to the company's fighter barrage made his combat debut over afghanistan in 2007 and is now in action over libya. but is yet to win its first export order. >> i wanted to start by congratulates you on the down selection in india, but ask you how are you going to beat your competitor from india. >> it's a big celebration for everybody. thank you for congratulating us for india, we are happy to be in the final in india but it's only a start. we now have to negotiate about final stage and selection. how we may beat, , we feel that our are accomplish the mission. and different types of weapons which may be accommodate with our aircraft. so really, the choice to select hafal from aircraft carrier was really a good choice which we may see now active in some part of the world.
to go to the religious authority to get sanction. in india, you are ton sand if -- sanity if id by a brahman. that's what we mean by rule of law. the only world civilization that did not have rule of law is china. the reason, they never had a central religion. it's amazing to think they got primitive because of a religion. you only have to worship your ancestors. there's really no authority that comes from that. it was completely controlled by the state. no chinese emperor has ever felt there's a higher source of law to obey. that continues to the present day. the chinese party does a constitution. they make the constitution. the constitution doesn't limit what they want to do. in the west, rule of law develops very early and very powerfully. one the heros in my book, the classic all like the reformation. i like the catholic church in a couple of important historical respects. in terms of the rule of law, the church was extremely important. in the post period, in the early middle ages, bishops and priest could marry and vice president children. they all ought to turn the benefit
is getting educated here and go back to india or china, then we will go to india and china so we can have those people working for us. >> he says the alchemy that help to make america great still insists that it is under threat. >> this is breakable and i don't think that americans in general understand how vulnerable it is and that represents a tremendous risk to the overall model. >> stanford university, it feels like a laid-back country club but this is the brain that feeds silicon valley. tuition fees have increased. despite appearances, they are plagued by a crisis of confidence. they're concerned with the really big question that dominated all of american politics. how do you regrouped project america when the government is running out of money and the people are no longer prepared to pay more in taxes? this man looks like your typical computer science professor. he could really do with a new bicycle. he can certainly afford it. in a light 90's, he had two students, an enterprising duo that promised him a share in their new business if he gave him their advice. how much are you actu
from all over the world. >> where are you from? >> new york. >> colombia. >> india. >> chattanooga, tennessee. >> reporter: and the draw? the cultural experience. and they have might beal as a results that you can play and touch. so many different crafts. there are a lot of booths here. i don't think weso have seen them all. >> we were over at the motorcycle station and they let us play the drums and the xylophone. >> reporter: if you're feeling a sense of regret for not attending this year, no need. the festival runs through july 4th and next weekend n. washington, paul rafael, fox 5 news. >>> the edge on maryland, the montgomery county fire chief is reminding you that all fireworks are illegal and setting them off or having them can rule in the fine of up to $1,000 -- can result in a fine of up to $1,000 jail time. you can see the fireworks at the county fairgrounds as always. montgomery college in rockville and the albert einstein hose. >> and we're everywhere at 11. one person is dead in a house fire inemwater, maryland tonight. the -- in edgewater, maryland. another woman was
like northern china and in india where bore wells were used to irrigate greenrevolution crops. so we need a second green revolution; one that is also ecologically green as wellas yield green. >>reporter: how do you see the importance of investment into agriculture more? how can we do that down the road? >>we have a huge unmet challenge; we have to invest more in agriculture to get more per unit land area of using existing technologies better and we have to invest more in research and development to find better ways to grow the food that give good yield, but also resilience. and then there's one more piece of this puzzle; and it's a daunting puzzle. we are already in the era of climate change, sometimes we talk about climate change as hypothetical, or for the future. well climate change is real;it's not hypothetical and it's not only in the future, it's in the present. there's more climate instability, there are more hazards; like drought and like floods that are undermining the food supplynow, not just in the future and there's more to come. >>reporter: ...are we facing a doomsday sc
when i am awake. kand so i had this dream of working with india arie and yo- yo ma to do the george harrison saw; and "-- song. this is the definitive way to do this. we are all in it together, we do not leave anybody out. t conviction, i am one of the few people that you can recognize by one note. god gave me that universal tone, and that is what we want to implement in all the songs. thank you. >> carlos santana, thank you for accepting the 2010 mayor's part award. >> to watch the ceremony, visit the home page of the arts commission website, sfarts commission >> there has been an acknowledgement of the special places around san francisco bay. well, there is something sort of innate in human beings, i think, that tend to recognize a good spot when you see it, a spot that takes your breath away. this is one of them. >> an icon of the new deal. >> we stood here a week ago and we heard all of these dignitaries talk about the symbol that coit tower is for san francisco. it's interesting for those of us in the pioneer park project is trying to make the point that not only the tower, not
muslim- majority nation with nuclear weapons. it has neighbors such as india and iran and china and afghanistan. s importance cannot be diminished. the good news is that we are working on our democracy. we have sustained it for three years. hopefully, we will be able to sustain it for a long-term future. we are in the process of normalizing relations with the two neighbors we have had trouble having relations with, afghanistan and india. the tough thing is that we are also thinking of looking at things differently, at instead of sitting at the crossroad of these complex, and we want to see ourselves with the opportunities that this presents. transition is not easy. it will be difficult. it will take time. but we have the clarity of our vision and the intent is there to do it. i will leave all the tough questions for karen to ask and for me to answer during the dialogue. thank you for being here. [applause] >> you can all see that ambassador haqqani is a very good speaker. [laughter] he is paired with john stuart on "the daily show," on oakwood charlie rose," " and he is very ade
in our summer reading club. it's just the delightful tale of a 10-year-old girl, india opal baloney. >> love that name. >> great name. winn-dixie is the dog that she discovers at a winn-dixie grocery store. this is about people who are lost and found each other and the benefit office friendship. for parents who want to sign up for the summer book club go to kidspost.com and all the information is right there. >> great reminder to read over the summer. >> nasa's shuttle mission. >> that's right. on friday we expect that the last shuttle is scheduled to go up after 30 years many of our readers the shuttle has always existed n. tuesday's kids post we take a look at some of the highlights of the shuttle history, including some very kid friendly things like butterflies and rats. and spiders in space. do you know there are spiders spinning webs on the international space station that got there via the shuttle. >> that is very cool. >> so lots of cool facts and a look back at an important moment in u.s. history. >>> another great week for winds post. i love it. thank you, tracy, grant, as
india, brazil and others. and rebalancing our efforts in the world. which is an absolutely critical thing for to us pursue. >> explain what rebalancing means. >> we looked at where the united states footprint was, where the united states face to the world was when we came into office in january 2009 and we asked ourselves where are we underweighted, overweighted, where are we not putting real work into the future. we've been acting on those conclusions. we needed to finish our military work in iraq. we're on track to doing that. by 2011, to have 150,000 troops out of iraq by the end. we saw ourselves as needing more strategic attention and focus in counterterrorism. we did that against al qaeda and associated groups. we really considered ourselves, fareed, underweighted in asia. as we looked at the world, we looked at our interests and the future, we concluded that we did not have the mind share, the diplomatic effort, the resources and presence in asia, given what we had at stake in asia. it wasn't a mistake by the way or an accident that secretary clinton took her first trip to as
deeper relationships with emerging powers like india, brazil and others and rebalancing our efforts in the world, which is absolutely critical thing for us to pursue. >> explain what rebalancing means. >> it means we looked at where the united states footprint was, what the united states face to the world was, when we came in to office in january of 2009. and we asked ourselves, where are we under or over weighted? where we are challenged in to putting real work in to the future. and we came to a set of conclusions and have been acting on those conclusions. we needed to finish the military work and we are on track to do that. to have 150,000 troops out of iraq by the end. we saw ourselves as having, needing more strategic direction, intensity and focus on the counterterrorism area and we did that in terms of intensification against allocate and a associated groups. we considered ourselves underweighted in asia. as we looked at the world and our interest and the future, we concluded that, in fact, we did not have the mind share, the diplomatic effort, the resources and presence in as
government law to india if single one of the concept they wanted to deemphasized turned out to be vitally important and remanded important to this day how lawyers protect law and the supreme court applies it. so, as a prediction of what lawyers would need to know and i can add parenthetically every time you hear someone predicting one area of law will bloom in the future so we should train more and a mother would shrink ignore them because they are approximately always wrong back in the 70's they felt the energy law was going to bloom and it didn't and no one predicted the trademark licensing law was going to boom which it did and they predicted the services would bloom which they didn't and a divorce would shrink which it didn't i always ignore them, but it wasn't just of course a matter of prediction. oslo and mcdougal were being illogical about it and even as i will mention in a moment no one really adopted the program whole. they had a couple of influential atmospheric influences. one of them was that it got professors used to the idea that their students who were going to be out ther
. >> where are you from? new york. >> columbia. >> india. >> chattanooga, tennessee. >> and the draw? the cultural experience. >> it's very hands-on and they had musical instruments you can play and touch and a lot of crafts. there are a lot of booths here. it's awesome. >> i love how interactive it is at that magic station and to let us play the drums and the zilo phone and people are getting into it. >> reporter: if you're feeling regret for not attending this year, no need. the festival runs through july 4th and next weekend. in washington, paul rafael, fox 5 news. >> there is still plenty of time for that. folks who were on the streets of laurel, this is just the start of the full day of holiday activities in laurel, including a classic car show and fireworks. part of the job out here, fortunately, because of all the heat, was trying to keep cool and lots of water, as you can see in order today. >> and montgomery county fire chief is reminding people who live there that all fireworks are illegal. having them or setting them off can result in the fine of up to $1,000 jail time. yo
all over the world. >> where are you from? >> new york. >> colombia. >> india. >> chattanooga tennessee. >> the draw? the cultural experience. >> very hands on they have musical instruments you can play and touch and so many different crafts. there is a lot of booths here pretty awesome. >> i love how interactive it is we were just over at that music station they let us play the drums and cy phone. >> if you are feeling any sense of regret for not attending this year the folk life festival runs through july 4th and next weekend in washington paula fell, fox 5 news. >>> this holiday weekend texas authorities are issuing a travel warning for u.s. citizens urging americans to avoid travelling to a mexican border town because a mexican drug cartel plans to target americans, robberies extortions and carjackings. >> new rules in place to try to keep air traffic controllers awake and alert on the job after a napping air traffic controller left two planes trying to land at regan national scrambling for guidance. >> reporter: these new rules are a joint agreement between the faa and na
as india, australia, china, and as a member from the king and all i. the play was seen by more people than had read the book with the book itself remained extremely popular and in 1905, "the new york times" said the most popular books in america are the bible and uncle tom's cabin, and kept up a steady presence. the play was seen regularly until the 1950's and sporadically after that there was recently a wonderful staging by alex morrow last fall at the metropolitan house in the village to read in many of the earlier plays uncle tom was presented as a stoop to a obedient old fool and that's partly where the uncle tom stereotype came from. eva's death in those plays was a scene in which the actress was hauled heavenward by rope or piano wire against a backdrop of angels in the clouds. one might think such battles and spectacle what defang uncle tom's revolutionary themes and turn uncle tom into a laughable piece of harmless entertainment but actually this didn't happen. after all, the play is about race relations and wickedness of slavery so fema reindell gup many southerners before the war
outsourced the entire call center to india. >> you bastard. >> that's for me. >> the most striking thing is how much it costs to have a live american agent answer a call. >> my name is ed. how may i help you? >> a live agent is about $7.50 per call. >> my name is sean. >> my name is cindy. >> my name is rickardo. >> to outsource to a foreign country and have a live agent in a foreign country is about $2.35 a call. to use one of those voice response systems, press one for this and press two for that is about 35 cents a call. a lot of companies saved a whole lot of money and everybody was happy except the customer and really i think a lot of customer service agents who had to mop up after this. >> reporter: it should come as no surprise that the telephone has been a source of customer ire ever since it was invented. >> boy operators man the switchboards in those days. >> reporter: but they were so rude to callers, they were replaced by young women who became known as hello girls. in 1890, mark twain complained that his phone service in hartford, connecticut, was the very worst on the face
, india has the nextles which are being more or less hunted down. you've got the native indians in brazil. even in afghanistan, they call the areas where they're doing all the bombing the tribal areas. and i was wondering if you could just speak to the fact that indigenous people all over the world are under attack. and is there some way we can get this out into the press so they can understand that this should be stopped immediately? >> guest: well, what you're saying was true. i was just in norway and did a performance with a sammi person and a notga woman in india who were under attack by the burmese. and what i think it is there's always the land hunger, the taking over for land. and the indigenous people are vulnerable because they're in isolated areas or they're in places that they were sent that suddenly have resources available that others want, for instance, chevron, you know, has been -- i think it's costa rica has just covered the people of the land, the water and all the animals in oil. and so we think about -- what we think about the oil in the gulf but we don't realize that'
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